Preferred Professional Clients can also access a vast topic menu and also gains selective access to a general library of bibliographies of out-of-print, collectible and technical books, monographs, periodicals and charts
Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) March 11, 2007
A service offered by BibliOZ The Book Search Wizard for finding out-of-print, collectible and hard-to-find books has been launched specifically for professionals in the pharmaceutical industry.
Developed by BiblioQuest International, the portal page gives pharmacy professionals, researchers and support staff privileged access to the online search engine, BibliOZ The Book Search Wizard featuring more than 40 million books from thousands of technical, antiquarian and specialist bookdealers worldwide.
Each year BiblioQuest International receives millions of online queries through its booksearch engine and thousands of telephone inquiries through its customer service centre.
BiblioQuest Director, Paul McShane says that the growth in pharmaceutical research in everything from the obesity epidemic to herbal and alternative medicines has fueled the need for a professional-level booksearch service in that sector.
"Ironically, the output from pharmaceutical and related academic research has even made an impact on the general bestseller lists here in Australia, where one of the biggest titles in recent years was the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet" he said.
"Who would have thought a book published from research out of the government-funded Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) would be able to knock Harry Potter and The Da Vinci Code off the top of the bestseller lists?"
"As a BibliOZ.com Preferred Professional Client within the pharmaceutical industry, the customer is automatically given discounts of at least 10 percent on all purchases."
"Preferred Professional Clients can also access a vast topic menu and also gains selective access to a general library of bibliographies of out-of-print, collectible and technical books, monographs, periodicals and charts," he said.
"Aside from this special access to the BibliOZ.com online service, Preferred Professional Clients can instead opt to use BiblioQuest's telephone customer service centre," concluded McShane.
The portal page at BibliOZ Pharmacy Book Search has an access code to register as a Preferred Professional Client as well as more information on the benefits of using the BibliOZ.com service and sample searches related to the pharmaceutical sector.
Preferred Professional Clients can also make use of the BibliOZ.com website to find books other than technical and professional texts, and it is a great resource for any reader, hobbyist, sporting fan or the like. BibliOZ.com also offers search capabilities in other professional areas related to pharmacy practice such as management, human resources and finance.
BibliOZ features tens of thousands of items that have a keyword reference to pharmaceutical topics, ranging from books valued at thousands of dollars -- such as the Universal Herbal an early 19th century botanical, medical and agricultural dictionary -- to introductory pharmacy textbooks like the The Latin Grammar of Pharmacy often costing less than $10.
Established in 1994, BiblioQuest is headquartered in Australia and has a customer base that numbers in the tens of thousands.
The BibliOZ,com Book Search Wizard website was launched in early 2001 and provides the online out-of-print service for major book chains and dozens of independent bookstores.
The portal page to enable pharmacy professionals to register as BibliOZ.com Preferred Clients can be found at BibliOZ Pharmacy Book Search